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Jan 10, 2010 7:00am EST
there be no doubt about it. there are people in that area that are still plotting against the united states. and now you're starting to see it move. i think that's the big story now. it's moving toward the horn of africa and toward -- >> okay, gentlemen. we don't have enough time. thank you. mr. tom ridge. thanks for your service, both of you. >>> coming up, there's a new book out about the 2008 presidential campaign and i love it. it's a classic. it's full of new information like how badly sarah palin's debate prep was going. steve schmidt says he was warned it would be a debacle of epic proportions. how that's for good language? hillary clinton also warned barack obama about dealing with her husband if he made her secretary of state. talk about being sacrificial. it's all in the new book. we'll have a lot of that coming up on "hardball" tonight. ou bes. then let's do more than talk about it. let's turn picturing it into planning it, thinking it over into making it happen. let's say out with the old and in with the new. let's create some wall-to-wall "wow." [ man ] ♪ oh! [ male announcer ] more s
Jan 24, 2010 7:00am EST
with lower costs and things like that. i think that the president of the united states at his state of the union address should do for health care what he did today is say, look, we're not pussyfooting around anymore. we need to get these four or five basic things everyone can understand, we need to get them passed, and i think that's the way. if you're going to go into a conversation with senators, at least you have to raise the temperature for them a little bit. up until now this has been entirely this insider conversation which has lost the american people and that's regrettable. >> okay. thank you. u.s. congressman anthony wiener of new york. let's bring in democratic congressman alan grayson of florida. look, i'm not sure, i think i know what that means, make the good fight, make your big pitch. they've lost sight of the sales pitch trying to get the thing made. you are still faced with the realities. you are don't have the 60 votes in the senate to break the filibuster. >> i don't think we've need them. we've had a congress for 220 years. how long has there been a filibuster-p
Jan 17, 2010 7:00am EST
the rubble were being treated and then evacuated out, many of them to the united states. you know the military is already evacuated more than 500 people to the u.s. some of them badly injured. we're told a lot of them with broken bones and injuries of that sort, and some of them pretty critically injured, too. planes have been taking off more frequently. a lot of military planes here, choppers, transport planes, it just seemed like during the day there was a constant coming and going. that's not to say that it's making an enormous dent at this point, because we all know just how big this disaster, chris. >> what do we make of this side story, which could become the main story, the violence potential, the looting potential, we're looking at pictures now stock footage right now, michelle, of some kids jumping on some kid in a plight there and grabbing what they can. the question of 4,000 prisoners, criminal prisoners released from prison when that prison was blown up, on the streets now, the desperation of regular people who are non-criminal. but in their desperation, anything can h
Jan 31, 2010 7:00am EST
that this was a frank and honest and direct conversation between house republicans and the president of the united states. it was serious. it was respectful. but republicans made their point, which is, i believe, going to be news to maybe some of your viewers, and that is, whether it be on stimulus or on budget, or on energy on health care, republicans far away from being the party of no, as we've heard from this administration, and democrats in congress, the republicans offered substantive alternatives on all of those issues in the last year. we've presented the president with a summary of those. he acknowledged that today. oh maybe we can banish this party of no ideas business that has so dominated the public debate and get down to really debating the different philosophy of government of both parties in the days ahead. that's what we did today. >> what compromise would you say yes to on health care? what compromise? on health care, for example. tell me the package. give me the main details. >> you know, i was -- yeah, look, the president today said that part of the bill that he thought was movi
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